4 Ideal Destinations to Set Your Sailing in Caribbeanby Naleia Yachting Tour Organizer
As sailing regions vary, some of them fall out of expectations while others take the limelight, there is a steady one: the Caribbean. It’s not hard to find out why. The weather condition is, certainly, a plus. A Caribbean sailing trip comes with the assurance of [Dominik1] pleasant heat and sunlight – a big appeal, especially in the peak-season (December to April). Then there is the Caribbean’s geographical structure -- seeming to be perfect for sailing, with the islands conveniently placed to let passengers reach a new seaport on a new island every day. And[Dominik2] Notably and sailing in Caribbean is the perfect way to cover multiple islands in just a single trip. Private inter-island tours in the Caribbean normally require flying – which can be expensive and a hassle too. A sailing in Caribbean is likely to prove to be cheaper, and more comforting, with no loss of moments of fun and adventure.
If you have a plan to start sailing in the Caribbean, a pleasant vacation is ahead of you. Whether you prefer to join a Caribbean flotilla sailing or book a fully-crewed yacht for a week long exploration or even more, it can be a lifetime chance to sail at your dream destination, with blue sky and tropical sea around. You can visit beaches and uninhabited bays that landlubbers can’t ever manage to reach and to explore the islands just like Columbus did centuries ago. The following list includes some of the ideal destinations for sailing in the Caribbean.
1. Norman Island: - This uninhabited island in British Virgin Islands territory is a great spot for Caribbean sailors. Located at the border of the Frances Drake Channel and lying very close to Tortola and Peter Island, Norman Island in the BVI serves a large number of charter yachts and crewed luxury yachts with all the attractions it has to offer - stunning islands, beaches and anchorages. It boasts great scuba diving and snorkeling spots around, giving the pleasure of swimming in warm and clear Caribbean water. Some popular snorkeling caves along the entrance of Bight are worth enjoying. It is certainly a place to be included in your sailing in Caribbean itinerary.
2. Virgin Gorda:- An interesting Caribbean sailing destination, which also happens to be the 3rd largest islet in the BVI, Virgin Gorda fascinates sailors with its amazing landscapes, safe anchorages, peaceful coves and luxury villas as well as resorts. From accessing home-grown plant-lined tracks, nature sanctuaries and natural marvels of preserved national parks to hiking to Gorda Peak, for a wonderful view of the adjoining islands, it offers a chance for your great amusement.
For an exceptional Caribbean sailing vacation, you can even choose to swim or stroll on the untouched beaches at Spring Bay, Savannah Bay, Devil's Bay, Pond Bay or Mahoe Bay.
3. Anegada Island: - It is a small island in the Virgin Islands’ volcanic chain surrounded by a coral reef. Anegada is recognized by its almost flat altitude, the outstanding coral reefs mazes, drops and tunnels along with isolated sandy beaches and natural bubbling springs.
A diverse range of wildlife including frangipani, loblolly, feathery sea lavender turpentine trees, and wild orchids can be spotted here while enjoying plenty of opportunities for bone fishing, sport fishing etc. Beachgoers will feel no short of calm and relaxation on shore locations, including Flash of Beauty, Cow Wreck Beach, Windlass Bight and Bones Bight.
4. Guana Island: - Guana is a magical island on the north part of Tortola Island in the BVI. It has become a vital nature preserve and wildlife refuge with the best collections of animal and plant species in the Caribbean. With 7 white sandy beaches, palm fringed seashore and overnight anchorage, Guana creates a feel of tropical wonderland. It is named after an iguana shaped rock structure on the western coastal area.
This post is published by Naleia Yachting, a Naleia Discovery Travel owned Yacht Company organising flotilla sailing in Caribbean trips with wonderful stopovers to make sure that visitors have a lifetime vacation experience on the Caribbean Sea. For an unforgettable experience of sailing in Caribbean, Naleia Yachting can be called on +43 681 814 033 13.
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